Are you a developer/innovator with a promising cybersecurity idea and the drive to turn it into a marketable product or service? Would your project benefit from a one-year paid tech residency with housing and incubator space provided?
If so, submit your idea for The Tulsa StartUp Series Cyber Summit Live Pitch powered by TU competition! Finalists will earn a spot to pitch their ideas to a panel of Tulsa entrepreneurs, philanthropists and cybersecurity experts.
For this special category partnership with the TU Cyber Summit 2019 and the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the live pitch winner will receive a one-year stipend, a paid downtown apartment and office space at 36 Degrees North, Tulsa’s downtown innovation basecamp.
The application DEADLINE is February 21. Submit your idea now!
New year, new series! 🎉 #PerfectYourPitch is a series straight from the Tulsa StartUp Series judges’ scorecard for both live and video pitches.
Thinking about submitting a pitch for one of our upcoming categories or simply an entrepreneur looking to improve your business pitch? Follow along each week as we discuss tips and tricks for perfecting YOUR pitch!
The first and most basic element of pitching your business is being able to describe your startup in-full in less than thirty seconds. This should be a polished and memorized elevator pitch.
You should always mention the problem, how your product or service solves the problem, who your target market is, your competitive advantage, your revenue plan and marketing strategy, and your next steps.
We will be breaking each of these elements down more through the rest of this series, so stay tuned! ... See MoreSee Less
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